Found January 16, 2012 on View From The Bleachers:
PLAYERS: Ernie Banks
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
Ernie Banks will always be Mr. Cub, but there are now multiple generations of Cubs fans that never saw him play. Who is the face of the franchise for Gen X and the millennials who were born in the decades after Banks last played at the Friendly Confines? To read the rest of the post, be sure to visit us at www.viewfromthebleachers.com
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